Spamassassin in evolution
chowse at charter.net
Tue Feb 3 23:03:41 UTC 2004
On Tuesday 03 February 2004 04:42 pm, Markku Kolkka wrote:
> Charles Howse kirjoitti viestissään (lähetysaika keskiviikko 04. helmikuuta
> > VERY interesting. I need to look into this further. I'm
> > currently using KMail, but if Evolution has built-in support
> > for spamassassin, I don't mind switching.
> You can use spamassassin with KMail filtering features, no need to switch.
> > I assume there's a HOWTO somewhere, I'll look for one.
> 1. In KMail menus, select Settings->Configure Filters
> 2. Create a new filter with filter criteria:
> <any header> matches regular expression .
> (the regular expression is just the character "." meaning
> "any character")
> and filter action:
> pipe through spamc
> Uncheck the box "stop processing if this filter matches"
> 3. Add a second filter below the one created in step 2, with criteria:
> <any header> contains X-Spam-Flag: YES
> and action:
> move to folder trash
> (or whatever you want to do with your spam)
> check the "stop processing..." box
Slick! Very nice.
So this means I don't have to have fetchmail/procmail get my mail?
I can just install and configure spamassassin, and configure KMail as above?
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